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Hello.
Own a 20+ log kit home. 7 inch square logs covered with siding on exterior.
Home was corn cob blasted in August of 2012. Followed by an application of Woodguard Cedar Honey. Clear coat applied following summer in 2013. How soon after can I expect to do anything? Best solution for cleaning before applying another coat? Do I stain again or just seal? Appreciate your advice.
Thank you.

Answer:

Very soon with Wood Guard. It depends on how well it is holding up on which product to use. My experience I would say use the stain and clear coat again.

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Posted By Rose Biondi
10/21/2015
Should we wash logs before applying Woodguard?
Also need to ask if Osborn brushing is something that should happen after corn cob blasting?
Thank you.